I was commissioned to give this cork board a make over… a year and 3 months ago. Yes, December of 2011. Why is it that the simplest projects are the easiest to procrastinate?
You Are My Lobster
Today’s the day. It’s a burrito filled with joy. It’s: the PINTEREST CHALLENGE!
You all know I would trade my vital organs for Restoration Hardware, right? Glad we’re clear on that.
Something about that style just pulls me in. It’s rustic, and quirky, and unique, but traditional, and dark, but neutral and balanced. I love it. My eyes could eat it all up.
I love the idea of gold framed antique documents, like these manuscripts from RH.
2 Tutorials for the Price of 1!
I knew from day one that we were going to have some kind of map art in our vintage industrial basement. Maps and art can get unduly expensive. So let’s make our own. I have such longing eyes for all things Restoration Hardware, especially their maps. I took their maps and used it for my inspiration. Welcome to my Restoration Hardware Inspired Map Hack.
Five Steps to a Custom Gallery Wall… so easy, you could make it in your sleep!
Total Cost $30
I have seen all sorts of fun gallery walls all over town these days, and thought it was time I made my own. It’s a simple entry-level spray paint craft that is gorgeous and unique.
Step One: Go to the local thrift store and buy all sorts of mis-matched frames ($12 for 12 frames)